Peaches The Cockatoo Mimics Previous Owners Spats

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NY Post: This North Carolina cockatoo sure wasn’t living with any lovebirds.

Peaches, a Moluccan cockatoo, has become a YouTube sensation by spewing obscenity-laced tirades, mimicking her former owners’ marital spats.

Friends and family of Don and Elaine Sigmon claim to hear “get out of here” and f-bombs in minute-long daily diatribes thrown by Peaches. (snip)

“Trust me she is not mimicking me & Don but I was told the first owners separated and she was just acting out what she saw,” wife Elaine Sigmon wrote on Facebook. “All we know is she is hilarious and has brought so much joy to our family.”

You go, Peaches!

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2 Responses to “Peaches The Cockatoo Mimics Previous Owners Spats”

  1. tim says:

    “…and has brought so much joy to our family.”

    Yea, nothing like a obscenity laced tirade for a laugh riot.

  2. Kevin says:

    That might be the last talking bird we’ll ever see. Recent studies have shown that climate change makes birds stop mimicking people. I don’t have a link to the site handy, but trust me, it’s real.

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